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David Banerjee is a guy that lives in Toronto, and writes in his apartment. He teaches creative writing courses, but mostly to four year olds who would rather be playing with blocks.

A Tale of Two Unions

By David Banerjee / 2007 January 15
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Toronto author and teacher David Banerjee explores the Oaxaca teachers
strikes from the past year, and wonders if his union's next bargaining strategy should include Molotov cocktails.

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In Memoriam: John Kenneth Galbraith (1908–2006)

By David Banerjee / 2006 May 20
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David Banerjee on an economist who gave liberalism a moral dimension.

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Lost in the Gutenberg Galaxy

By David Banerjee / 2006 February 24
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A childhood educator has a hard look at Marshall McLuhan, finds some destructive contradictions in the ways we have interpreted his sometimes-erratic insights

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Education and Democracy

By David Banerjee / 2004 July 22
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David Banerjee explores the reasons for educating our children through Neil Postman’s The End of Education

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Generation Y on Generation X – Looking Backwards through Younger Eyes

By David Banerjee / 2004 May 2
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David Banerjee has a look at what GenX says to GenY..

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M@B: The Voice of Today’s Urban Bachelor

By David Banerjee / 2003 December 18
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David Banerjee offers a review of Matthew Blackett’s collection of comic strips

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One Way We Survive:Douglas Ord’s View of the National Gallery of Canada

By David Banerjee / 2003 December 9
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David Banerjee sheds some light on a little-publcized but very good book on Canada’s National Gallery by Douglas Ord

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